The KING goes in: presently ELY ascends the chair: CHESTER, JOHN, and the QUEEN part displeasantly.
He marvelled at the sensitiveness of the frail craft; the delicacy of its balance; its quick response to the paddle; the way it seemed to shrink from the rocks; and the unpleasantly suggestive bend-up of the ribs when the bottom grounded upon a log.
He laughed, not overpleasantly. "
In order to avert the rain from the saccharine issue, which has a faint, pleasantly aromatic flavor as of barley-sugar, all the trees which have been tapped are provided with caps formed of bent and folded palm-leaves.
Gordon Gregg," he said, introducing us, and then when, as we shook hands, the clean-shaven man exclaimed, smiling pleasantly-- "Glad to make your acquaintance, Mr. Gregg.
In response the lad ran down, leaped on the ice, and said pleasantly,-- "Your pleasure, sir.
The twelfth is one in which a separation is lamented when you are separated from any one with whom you have lived most pleasantly,--as from a parent, a son, a brother, an intimate friend.
She seeks my hand in marriage and--" here Safdar Khan laughed pleasantly--"I shall marry her.
His face flushed a little, but he answered pleasantly,--telling who he was, as if the little man's infirmity gave him a right to ask any questions he wanted to.
When the doctor or the vicar or her man of business, the only persons who ever talked to her on the subject, ventured periodically to refer to it, she assented pleasantly,--yes, certainly, she must do it--some time or other.
"Why," he said pleasantly--"you misbegotten garage hound--why do you ask?"